Pub is a public house which is licensed to sell alcohol. To enter a pub one must reach as certain age. There is no restriction in entering pubs. The pubs may also provide some entertainment. There are various types of pubs such as gay bars, wine bars, blues, dive bars and cocktail lounge.
A club is a place where different types of people gather with the same interest. It consists of loud music, dancing and drinking. Some restrictions are there for entering clubs. Some types of clubs are hobby clubs, school clubs, college clubs, residential clubs, laughing clubs, sports clubs. It is especially for younger generation.
|An establishment for the sale of beer and other drinks, and sometimes also food, to be consumed on the premises
|An association dedicated to a particular interest or activity
|Lounge, hostel, cafe, local, tavern, saloon
|Gang, order, bat, cabaret, fellowship, beat
|Welcome, clearance, unbar
|Drudge, softwood, disarrangement, aloneness, p-rivacy
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|The history of pubs can be traced back to Roman taverns, through the Anglo-Saxon alehouse to the development of the modern tied house system in the 19th century.
|From about 1900 to 1920, working class Americans would gather at honky tonks or juke joints to dance to music played on a piano or a jukebox. Webster Hall is credited as the first modern nightclub, being built in 1886 and starting off as a “social hall”, originally functioning as a home for dance and political activism events.
|The word pub was originated in Mid-19th century: abbreviation of public house.
|The word club was originated in Early 17th century (as a verb): formed obscurely from club.
|Its main aim is to provide alcohol to the customers.
|Its main aim is socializing.
|Pubs are not allowed near religious places and educational institutions.
|There are no restrictions on establishing clubs.
|Example in Sentence
|He is going to the pub with his friends.
I never went to the pub.
|We got the pass to enter the club.
They are organizing a dance party in the night club.